BCOM recently established its own chapter of the honorary osteopathic service fraternity Sigma Sigma Phi. The recently inducted BCOM students have already completed an estimated 820+ hours of community service, with many more projects planned.
From the 1-10 Coalition Blood Drive to La Casa's Purple Gala and fundraising for hurricane relief efforts, BCOM is dedicated to helping those in need. Read on to find out what our students are doing outside the classroom.
William T. Baker, DO, was awarded the BJ Davis Award by The New Mexico Osteopathic Medical Association. The award is given for exemplifying what an osteopathic physician should be. Congratulations Dr. Baker!
BCOM Student Finds Meaning on Himalayan Medical Expedition, Wins National Award
Looking for direction between his first and second years of medical school, Gabriel Pontipiedra traveled to India for a Himalayan Health Exchange program. He submitted his experience to the Bureau of International Osteopathic Medicine's narrative medical essay contest. His submission won first place and he was invited to speak in Philadelphia at the 19th Annual International "Innovation in Osteopathic Medicine and Outreach" seminar.